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CD D 323

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.1 BACM CD 323

Some excellent Gospel music from Georgia to Ohio recorded in the 1940s/50s including tracks from Al Runyon, The Sunshine Boys Quartet and Kay Bartmess.


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CD D 461

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.2 BACM CD 461

An hours’ country gospel music, mostly with a bluegrassy feel. Companion to our acclaimed Vol. 1 (CD 323) released in 2010.


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CD D 482

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.3 – Various Artists. BACM CD 482

A third volume of country gospel– all recordings taken from the Loyal label, featuring several regional acts. Solid country sound and instrumentation.


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CD D 531

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.4 Various Artists. BACM CD 531

Our country gospel CDs are among our most popular, always resulting in requests for ‘More please’. So we’ve put together this selection, all tracks issued on Rusty York’s Jewel label and recorded 1960/61. Total of 36 tracks, many with a bluegrass flavour, a superb hour of fine country gospel music, much deserving of being preserved and heard by a wide audience.


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CD D 548

COUNTRY GOSPEL – Vol.5 Rare Recordings From The Peach State BACM CD 548

A fifth volume of Country Gospel recordings. 29 tracks, all from obscure acts issued by the Trepor, Redcrest and Gospel Jubileer labels in the Peach Pickin' state of Georgia. Classic Deep South Country Gospel, much of it bluegrass style.


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CD D 402

CUSTOM GOSPEL Vol 1. Various Artists. BACM CD 402

30 excellent Gospel tracks, 1954-60, mainly in Bluegrass style plus some Hillbilly and Country, all issued on the Starday Custom label.


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CD D 492

CUSTOM GOSPEL Vol 2. VARIOUS ARTISTS. BACM CD 492

Another volume of hillbilly gospel recordings on the Starday “Custom” label, this time from 1959 to 1962. Many of them from obscure acts with self-penned songs; will be enjoyed by fans of Bluegrass.


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CD D 532

G’ DAY – Country Music From Down Under. BACM CD 532

Some fine country music emerged from Australia and New Zealand from the 1930s onwards, much of it influenced by Jimmie Rodgers, Gene Autry, Wilf Carter and English yodeller Harry Torrani. BACM have already issued around ten CDs by some of the best known ‘Down Under’ Artistes, including Tex Morton (BACM CD 101), Buddy Williams (CD 155) and Slim Dusty (CD 60). This latest CD introduces several lesser known artistes, from across the decades and with a wide range of styles. Fans of ‘Yodelling Country’ in particular will enjoy.


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CD D 665

Gene Autry – Sings Jimmie Rodgers. BACM CD 665

Our 9th Gene Autry compilation takes us back to the first stage of Autry’s career when his style was closely modelled on that of his idol, the legendary Jimmie Rodgers. We have pulled together nearly all of his Rodgers covers, recorded between 1929 and 1933 under various names. He could get astonishingly close to the original when he wanted to but could also create a fresh sound – nice version of Carolina Sunshine Girl which strips out the jazz band and just has Autry with his own fine guitar backing. This is the first of a BACM mini series of the songs of Jimmie Rodgers recorded by other performers of the era.


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CD D 15

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 1 “Hold On Little Dogies, Hold On”. B.A.C.M. 15

One of the biggest Western film and singing star, these 20 songs, many with his co-writer Jimmy Long, span the years 1931-37.


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CD D 16

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 2 . “We’ve Come a Long Way Together”. B.A.C.M. 16

Another Gene Autry selection, recorded 1937-50 with many of his own compositions.


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CD D 37

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 3. Rollin’ along. B.A.C.M. 37

20 more Gene Autry tracks, this selection mainly from the late 1940s and early 50s.


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CD D 38

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 4. Goodbye Pinto. B.A.C.M. 38

There are 21 songs here from what many consider his best recording period (mid ‘30s to mid ‘40s); complementing our other selections on CDs 15, 16, 37, 39, 111, 112 and 377 (as you gather, we at the Archive are big Autry fans, doing our best to share his great legacy of recorded work).


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CD D 39

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 5. Little Farm Home. B.A.C.M. 39

The 20 songs on this, our 5th CD in the Autry canon, features many of his early recordings when his style was modeled on that of the Legendary Jimmie Rodgers.


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CD D 111

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 6. Texas Blues – Early Rare Recordings. B.A.C.M. 111

More early recordings (1929-37) some from his 'Jimmie Rodgers stylist' phase before he became famous as a cowboy singing movie star.


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CD D 112

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 7. A Cowboy’s Serenade. B.A.C.M. 112

24 1930s/40s/50s songs selected from his vast treasury of recordings, including two rare bonus tracks.


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CD D 377

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 8 God Bless America. B.A.C.M. 377

A prolific recording artist whose recording career stretched from the 1920s through to the mid '60s. This is the 8th CD collection issued by The Archive. It ties up a few loose ends with some very rare collector's items including two recordings with Jo Stafford and some off air radio takes.


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CD D 313

GEORGE MORGAN One Woman Man. B.A.C.M. 313

The composer of "Candy Kisses" serves up more of the same, fine songs sung with his distinctive baritone voice; all recorded in the 1940s or 50s.


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CD D 73

GEORGIA YELLOW HAMMERS Johnson’s Old Grey Mule. B.A.C.M. 73

Classic 20s recordings from this influential 4-piece band.


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CD D 9

GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WEST – Vol 1. “Home Sweet Home in Texas”. B.A.C.M. 09

Millie and Dolly Good the yodelling girls. Very popular in their day with western & cowboy harmonies. Always had the feel of the 30s with their music


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CD D 74

GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WEST – Vol 2. Roll Along Prairie Moon. B.A.C.M. 74

21 songs here from the 1930s by this harmonious sister duo including cowboy songs and yodeling.


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CD D 458

GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WEST – Vol 3. South Of The Border. CD 458

Recorded nearly 30 years after the duo’s heyday when they were one of the most popular country acts on radio and on record, here are 27 hauntingly beautiful recordings Dolly and Millie Good made in the early 1960’s. Sweet harmony singing, backed with Dolly’s acoustic guitar on a nice selection of nostalgic, easy on the ear, songs, many of them country classics – like South Of The Border, Sleepy Rio Grande and Bury Me Beneath The Willow.


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CD D 597

GLENN DOUGLAS TUBB – Let Me Cry Alone. BACM CD 597

A collection of hard-country recordings from Ernest Tubb’s nephew, Glen Douglas Tubb covering his superb early recordings from 1955-58. A distinctive and versatile singer whose voice has echoes of Hank Williams and Faron Young. Nowadays best remembered for his song writing, having penned or co-penned many hits for the likes of George Jones, Johnny Cash and Kitty Wells. 26 songs on our collection, nice mix of styles and tempos mainly country (pre ‘Nashville Sound’ – no heavenly strings here!) and a few rockabilly ballads somewhat in the style of Buddy Holly. I've not been able to identify the backing musicians - some awesome bass and lead guitar. Douglas Glenn Tubb is now in his 80s and continues to keep the Tubb family name through his involvement in the Midnight Jamboree Association.


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CD D 326

GOLD STAR LABEL Classic Country Music. B.A.C.M. 326

Interesting mix of Country and Cajun on this selection of recordings on the Houston, Texas label. All recorded in the 40s or 50s.


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CD D 611

GOLDIE HILL Vol. 3 Baby Blue BACM CD 611

BACM's third collection of recordings from 1950s country songstress Goldie Hill, featuring several country music classic songs including When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again, Half A Mind and Fallen Angel and Jim Reeves hits like Four Walls, According To My Heart and How’s The World Treating You.


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CD D 107

GOLDIE HILL. Vol 1 – I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes. B.A.C.M. 107

24 songs from 1952/54 by this good looking girl with a great country voice and some fine songs including the answer to Slim Willet's "Don't let the stars get in your eyes" (two versions of which are on our Slim Willet collection, CD 317).


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CD D 301

GOLDIE HILL. Vol 2 – It’s Only A Matter Of Time. B.A.C.M. 301

Excellent steel guitar and fiddle based 50s/60s music from this strong voiced girl singer; 26 fine tracks, a follow up to our well-received Volume 1 (BACM 107).


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CD D 571

GORDON TERRY – Orange Blossom Special – BACM 571

Rated by some as ‘The best bluegrass fiddler ever’,  highlights of Gordon Terry’s career included a first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry at age 9 (in 1941), several years as a member of Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys, session work with the likes of Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Elvis Presley, Neil Young, Willie Nelson and Roger Miller,  recording a square dance album with Flatt & Scruggs - and getting inducted into the Fiddlers Hall Of Fame in 1981, the same year as Bob Wills.  BACM’s new collection showcases Terry’s brilliant fiddle playing, with great versions of many classic tunes.


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CD D 222

GRADY MARTIN & HIS SLEWFOOT FIVE Cornstalk Hop. B.A.C.M. 222

When it came to fancy guitar licks, they didn't come much better than Grady Martin, a musical genius whose list of credits includes Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Bing Crosby, Buddy Holly, Marty Robbins , Willie Nelson, Elvis Presley ... the list goes on. A country boy at heart who early in his career was in the Bailes Brothers' backing band, he could play any style of music and his talents are well showcased in this collection of 28 tracks recorded between 1952 and 57.


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CD D 206

GRANDPA JONES – Vol 1. You’re Never Too Old For Love. B.A.C.M. 206

This banjo playing high tenor and purveyor of old time country music had his own distinctive niche as this 1950s collections shows.


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CD D 440

GRANDPA JONES – Vol 2. Going Down The Country. B.A.C.M. 440

Our second Grandpa Jones CD , all culled from his King label recordings - nice mix, old timey and folk, novelty and comic. Several featuring ace guitarist Merle Travis. Most of these tracks , never before issued on CD.


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